From Arc de Triomphe, we took a metro to Concorde metro station. Alighting from the station it was a short distance to Place de la Concorde. It is one of the major public squares in Paris and is the largest in the French capital. The center of the Place is occupied by a giant Egyptian stone pillar decorated with some sort of ancient Egyptian writing from the reign of the pharaoh Ramesses II.
A gift from the Egyptian to the French.
The stone pillar in the middle of Place de la Concorde.
One of the two fountains in the centre of the square
From across the square, you’ll see Hotel de la Marine, Paris.
Opposite Hotel de la Marine, across the bridge over river Seine is the National Assembly.